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The Peavey Tour TNT 115 is a 600W bass guitar combo amp with a top loaded, kick-back cabinet design. A single 1/4" input has a bright switch and an active/passive switch. A pre-gain knob and a contour... Read More

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The Peavey Tour TNT 115 is a 600W bass guitar combo amp with a top loaded, kick-back cabinet design. A single 1/4" input has a bright switch and an active/passive switch. A pre-gain knob and a contour switch allow for a pre-shape EQ. A "crunch" switch adds a tube like distortion effect. EQ is controlled with high and low shelve controls and a 7-band graphic with a defeat switch. Also included is a one-knob compressor that has a defeat switch. An effects loop, footswitch input, master volume and DDT on/off switch completes the front panel of the Peavey Tour TNT 115. Lightweight Class D power drives the ceramic 15" speaker and high-frequency tweeter.

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  • 600W maximum lightweight class D power
  • 15" specially designed speaker
  • High Frequency tweeter
  • 7-band graphic EQ
  • High and Low Shelving controls
  • Preshape contour switch
  • Bright switch
  • Active/Passive pickup switch
  • Crunch switch adds tube-like crunch effect
  • Compressor with defeat switch
  • Optional footswitch controls crunch and compressor
  • Effects Loop
  • Master Volume
  • Headphone output
  • Tweeter on/off switch
  • DDT speaker protection
  • Powered speaker output with Speakon jack
  • Convenient kick-back design
  • Legendary Peavey reliability
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PeaveyTour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp
 
4.8

(based on 15 reviews)

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Bass Amp!!

By RT in Arkansas

from Conway, Arkansas, USA

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Monster Sound
  • Powerful

Cons

  • A Bit Bass Heavey

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Events
  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about Peavey Tour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp:

Bought this amp to go along with my Peavey 410 Headliner extension cab. Great combination! 200 watts by itself and 300 watts hooked to the Headliner 410 cab. I play rock, country and gospel music and it fills the bill on all. Loud when necessary and always clean, clear tone. Love this amp combination. I recommend this amp and extension set up to anyone. Besides...the great folks at Guitar Center will break their backs to make your buying experience good. They stand behind the sale!!!

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Amp

By Chris Southam

from Ralieigh, NC

Comments about Peavey Tour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp:

I have owned this amp for almost a year now and as an occasional gigging musician this unit does the job well. I pair this with my 2x10 Mesa cab for outdoor fests and larger rooms and the result is exceptional. Better than I expected actually. The only negative, or caution I would have is that the amp is somewhat bulky and with the curve front face, there is no current road case that works with it. So if you need that protection, you need to make a custom case. Also, it is very difficult to add casters because of the construction of the cabinet so you either need a case or platform to roll it. Effects are quite good if you want to use them. I run through a separate DI box so usually run flat eq. The low and high cut gains are very nice options which I have used extensively. The tweeter also does a nice job. Guys, this is a pro level amp at a very good price and couple it with a 2X10 or 2X12 cab and you have a thundering beast that will take you wherever you want to go.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Still a little impressed

By Richard Delacalzada

from Palmdale, cA

Comments about Peavey Tour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp:

In a previous review I forgot to mention an important aspect of this amp.....power rating. Yes you do see 600w Class D power, but per the manual, 600W is the "power consumption" rating. The POWER OUTPUT rating is actually 300w, 48.9 VRMS/8 OHMS and 450w, 42.4 VRMS/4 OHMS. Minimum load is 4 ohms. External speaker connection should be 8 OHM minimum (labeled on back). I still am impressed the sound this amp puts out (at its output of 300w).

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Surprisingly Impressed

By Richard Delacalzada

from Antelope Valley, CA

Comments about Peavey Tour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp:

Grabbed this Bass Amp 1 hour prior to rehearsal. Had to unpack at the store to get it in my already loaded vehicle :). First off, the weight isnt any more than Peavey's 210 TX bass cabinet. The overall design of the cabinet allows it to be tilted back about 40 degrees to allow the "thunder" to punch you in the face on stage. I was initially concerned of the amp feeling a little top-heavy, and that the amp would roll on its back. It does sit firmly when tilted. I was a little wary of the guitarists' Marshall and fender amps drowning me out. After getting a quick setup and tone adjustment, out of the box initial impression of my fellow guitarists was to have me turned down, as the lows are quite impressive with this amp. Our other bassist has a GK 4x10 cabinet with a 1000w head. Overall clarity in comparison to the GK was very nice. I usually plug in a amp with a couple of effects. Peavey's built in compression was really all I needed for the Ibanez SR506 6-string I use. With the pre-vol, lows and highs set halfway, 7-band EQ set in a "V" pattern, and main volume was halfway. Not muddy as I expected (with bass guitar's EQs all set to flat). I forgot to mention the tweeter on/off switch in the back. Flip this on and experience a very impressive sweet spot for slap funk :). Barely no hiss from the tweeter at all. The highs and brightness are crystal clear - not tinny sounding as we got from a 4x10 cabinet in comparison. The amp also has a "crunch" function for that distorted metal sound. Works well, but I dont prefer that overdriven sound. Make sure you have the tweeter off when using this function. Earlier I mentioned that I was wary of not being loud enough. Even though that wasn't the case, Peavey has a built-in DI output; an XLR connection to allow running a XLR cable out to the mixer board. Very handy when just using your amp as a bass monitor and letting the mix from the PA do its job. Another nice feature is that the DI out still functions to the PA in the event your amp shuts down from overheating, etc. The manual states that the "DI out" signal still works even if the power switch is off. Sweet backup feature; hope I never have to resort to that. I have been very satisfied with Peavey's reliability for over 20 years. If your preference is a tube amp vs. solid state, this amp certainly deserves a a fair shake to check it out. Overall I am very impressed. The cost is fair, and its performance is better than expected. For small to medium venues, I chose this after checking out high end equivalents. This one certainly fits the bill.

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5.0

This amp is a beast!

By Mark Jones

from Greensboro, NC

Comments about Peavey Tour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp:

I'm loving being able to hear -- and feel -- my 5 string bass now playing with our church band. I have been playing with a loud drummer and two guitars with 100W amps, and this amp balances well, even without plugging in an extra 4x10 cabinet. It's the first combo amp I've tried that justifies the low B string and delivers a clean fundamental without going all muddy; the sound is tight, clean, and even across a very wide frequency range. Sounds great out of the direct out into the main PA, just plug in and go, didn't have to EQ a thing. Playing in a good sized auditorium, I had to turn this amp DOWN to keep from overbalancing the mains. Controls are nice, simple, maybe a little hard to see at the rear on a dark stage but that's not a big deal. For the next generation, I'd add a chromatic tuner and a storage spot for the power cord as this is easy to lose. But I'm not complaining, this amp is well worth the money and performs like a large power head and large cabinet while fitting in the trunk of my car.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great Amp, BUT...

By Johnny

from Jackson, Ms

Comments about Peavey Tour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp:

This is a great amp, but who ever designed the control panel obviously never play a gig in a dimly lit club. The control knobs are on the top of the amp toward the back. They are chrome octagon knobs with only a very small black line as an indicator. This is all but impossible to see without a good light shining directly on it. Yeah, they look cool, but you can't read them. To make matters worse, the numbers for each control knob are positioned behind the knob as you are looking at it from the front. Again, you can't read them. And, forget using any of the controls if the amp is in it's tilted back position, you can't see them and you can't reach them, especially if you have a 10 lb. Jazz hung on your shoulder. From a performance only stand point, this is a really good amp, it's just very poorly thought out from a real world usage design stand point.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Thing's got some juice

By Justin Scott

from Provo, UT

Comments about Peavey Tour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp:

This amp is really powerful for a combo. I hardly need to go over 1 just practicing by myself, so there should be no problem being heard over the drums and guitars. The tilt back feature is nice, as well. Surprisingly this amp is pretty easy to move around, granted I'm pretty young and fit but the handles on the sides help a lot. The only complaint I have is that the crunch feature is pretty much useless, as I couldn't hear a major difference in the sound when on. Despite that, this amp is a really good option if you want a powerful combo amp without breaking the bank.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Im bumping neighbors jumping!

By Maurice Cuevas

from Lorain,OH

Comments about Peavey Tour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp:

Just bought my new Peavey Tour TNT and let me just say this is the sound ive been looking for.Im not an expert but this is what a bass amp is supposed to sound like .So many features cant wait to dive into them. Power, warmth, sturdy constructuion,this amp should be a no brainer.Props to Peavey.

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(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great amp!

By Ziggy

from Chicago, IL

Comments about Peavey Tour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp:

I got this amp to replace an ampeg ba115 that couldn't be heard at practice in a small studio. This amp is so much louder plus has a output for another cabinet. Its plenty loud on its own and is clear and can be heard easily when played with drums, guitar and vocals. I like that there is a hidden button on the back to turn off the blue Peavey logo light. The only downside to this amp is that it is heavy. I spent a long time in guitar center trying out different light weight combo amps and could not find one in near this price range that was as loud as this one is.

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(20 of 21 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great amp for the price!

By Ragin' Rog

from Baltimore, MD

Comments about Peavey Tour TNT 115 Bass Combo Amp:

Being the owner of a Markbass cmd 102p 2x10 combo (which cost twice the price), I must say I am very impressed with this combo, and happy I purchased it. It has many features, and is quite powerful. I actually took it to a gig the very same day I bought it, and have no complaints. Solid!! My one complaint is that the buttons are a little flimsy, and you need a pen or small screwdriver to turn the PEAVEY logo light on/off.

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